Percentage of City: 7 percent
Under 18: 2,085 (22 percent of the area)
Housing Units: 4,340
Northwest Bellevue maintains a diversity of neighborhood charm, with distinct neighborhood communities, ranch estates, single-family ramblers, extensive remodels and larger newly-built residential homes. Northwest Bellevue includes some of the city's oldest neighborhoods, including Meydenbauer Bay, Vuecrest, Diamond S Ranch, Bellewood Farms, Apple Valley and Northtowne. Located adjacent to downtown, residents have easy access to the downtown amenities, as well as freeway access to I-405 and 520.
Visitors from the entire region enjoy Meydenbauer Beach Park, including waterfront activities and beach access to Lake Washington. Bellevue’s Farmer’s Market is located at Bellevue First Presbyterian Church from May through November, and there is a wide range of programs offered at The Northwest Arts Center. Hidden Valley Park provides athletic fields and activities with Bellevue’s Boys and Girls Club.
Students within Northwest Bellevue attend Bellevue School District elementary and middle schools within the city limits of Clyde Hill and Medina. High school students attend Bellevue High.